On Mon, 2005-06-27 at 16:06 -0700, Bill Kendrick wrote: > On Mon, Jun 27, 2005 at 02:19:58PM +0800, Leon Brooks wrote: > > On Saturday 25 June 2005 12:06, Jeremy Hunsinger wrote: > > > if you want to unsubscribe, look up the directions to > > > unsubscribe to the list that you were provided. > > > > Remember that if he's an Outlook Express user, seeing the headers at all > > requires him to jump through some hoops. > > Just to be clear, I think Jeremy was talking about the email that one > receives when they first join the list. ("Welcome to the list... to post, > send to: blah@Blah. To unsubscribe or change options, do such-n-such") > Not the headers. > > But yeah, they're in the headers, too :) > Since many of the participants may not be as technically inclined, would it "hurt" to include a .sig which lists the simple commands such as unsubcribe? For instance, the Northern Virginia Linux User Group mail list, which uses mailman, has: novalug mailing list novalug@xxxxxxx http://www.tux.org/mailman/listinfo/novalug for subscribe/unsubscribe see web page Just a thought in being friendly. Rich -- Key fingerprint = 8BF9 990D 8853 5CD8 AB44 8F48 7BC8 5D4B 1B25 7AEC Remember, all Windows-based machines are, by definition, fault tolerant. They run Windows don't they?!?!?!?
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